Dulce María’s mother sends a message to the little girl: I’m sorry I didn’t take care of you

Dulce María Alavez’s mother, the girl who disappeared in 2019, has offered an interview again. In her statement, Dulce María Alavez...

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  • Dulce María Alavez’s mother, the girl who disappeared in 2019, has offered an interview again.
  • In her statement, Dulce María Alavez’s mother said she regretted not taking enough care of her daughter.
  • Dulce María Alavez’s mother also said that not a day goes by where she doesn’t think about the girl.

Still without definitive clues that allow police to put together the puzzle of the case. The mother of Dulce María Alavez, the little Hispanic girl who disappeared in a park in 2019, said she regretted not taking enough care of her.

In an interview with ABC News published on Monday, Noema Alavez Pérez, the young mother of Dulce María Alavez, said that she regretted not having taken care of her and not having managed to prevent someone from taking her.

Dulce María Alavez’s mother offers an interview again

Dulce María's mother sends a message to the little girl

Dulce María Alavez disappeared while playing in a nearby park with her brother, who was 3 years old at the time. Her mother was sitting in her car, just 30 yards away, helping her 8-year-old sister with homework, ABC News recalled.

“It has been very difficult for me and my parents to know that Dulce does not appear,” Noema Pérez told ABC News. “Nobody knows where he is,” added the mother to the aforementioned television network.

Dulce María Alavez’s mother regrets not taking care of her

Dulce María's mother sends a message to the little girl
Photo: Capture MH

“She was a sweet, cute, caring girl. He likes to pretend that he was always a princess. Likes to be around younger children. She always likes to give hugs and kisses ”, commented Noema Pérez.

In turn, Dulce María Alavez’s mother added that there is not a day when she does not think of her daughter and, with tears in her eyes and addressing the little girl, she exclaimed: “I would tell her that I am sorry I did not take care of her.”

The community came together for the little

SWEET MOTHER MARY
Photo: FBI

ABC News explained that Bridgeton, in New Jersey, is a small city about 45 minutes south of Philadelphia, hidden between fields and farms. Almost 50 percent of the population is Hispanic, according to the census, and that is why you can see in lines in the streets shops, restaurants and supermarkets dedicated to Latinos.

Many of these companies have published flyers of Dulce María Alavez, then 5 years old, who disappeared in a park in that town in September 2019, with the sole objective that the little girl can return home safely.

Police hope to find her alive

Investigators are hopeful that the girl is still alive and that a sports program they introduced after her disappearance will help build trust between police and the Spanish-speaking immigrant community, ABC News said.

After the girl’s disappearance, the city’s Police Athletic League (PAL) launched a social futsal program to help build the relationship between the community and the police.

Program that arose from the girl

According to ABC News, Bridgeton Police Officer Josh Thompson, PAL director and 25-year veteran, said the department doesn’t want people to feel scared if they have concerns about their legal status and that causes them to withhold information that It could delay the search for Dulce María.

“What we really wanted to do was go out and extend our hand to let you know that we were really with you. So we offered some more programs, ”Thompson told the aforementioned media.

What caused Dulce María

More than 40 boys and girls regularly attend soccer practices. The program also offers counseling sessions, GED instruction and nutrition classes for parents.

“I play soccer here and it was always a dream for me to play soccer with a team,” Darikson, an 11-year-old who has benefited from the community policing program, told ABC News.

They ask for help from anyone regardless of their legal status

The disappearance of the girl is still on everyone’s mind. “With the disappearance of Dulce Alvarez, this helped our community to become stronger and connect more with people,” said Brian, 15 years old.

And that’s exactly what this show aims to do, ABC News stressed. “You don’t have to worry about being a citizen,” Thompson said. “We are focusing on trying to find this young woman, and if you have any information, you don’t have to worry about anything.”

Dulce María Alavez’s mother and family are grateful for the support

Photo: Screenshot from ABC News video

Both the mother and the rest of Dulce María Alavez’s family are grateful that their little girl has not been forgotten, despite the fact that almost two years have passed since she disappeared.

“They are not as if they gave up on her, they continue to share her publications,” said Dulce Maria Alavez’s mother. “And there’s even a tree on it in the park, so every time kids or adults go there, they see her tree with a picture of her there.”

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